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SUSAN ARLENE BIGGS
Born: Feb 29, 1952
Date of Passing: Jan 22, 2020Offer Condolences or Memory
SUSAN ARLENE BIGGS
February 29, 1952 - January 22, 2020
So very blessed to have had Sue in our lives are her sister Colleen Olfert; brother-in-law John; nephew Christian, and cherished family and friends.
Susan was an accomplished academic who loved to travel and explore our world. Throughout Sue's life she had many beloved pets and gave generously of her time, and financial support, to causes close to her heart.
Susan always enjoyed helping others and sought a career that would enable her to make a difference. Sue became one of the first three women to be accepted into a Winnipeg Police Service recruit class and retired as a Sargent of Detectives.
Our heartfelt thanks to all of the medical professionals who cared for her. We are so very grateful to the kind and compassionate staff of the Deer Lodge Hospital, volunteer furry friends and their owners, and visitors who stopped by to brighten her days.
To honour Susan's wishes there will be no formal service. Sue preferred that her life be celebrated as quiet memories in the hearts of those who loved her.
In lieu of flowers, your prayers for Sue's safe journey home would be lovingly appreciated.
Condolences may be left on her tribute wall at www.gilbartfuneralhome.com
Gilbart Funeral Home, Selkirk
in care of arrangements.
As published in the Winnipeg Free Press on Jan 25, 2020
Condolences & Memories (6 entries)
Sue was one of my first bosses in Detectives. She was always super good to me and let me explore the areas of police work I was interested in. I didn’t even know she was sick, if I had I would have come to see her. Godspeed Sue, sorry to the family for your loss. Smitty - Posted by: Kevin Snith (Co-worker/subordinate) on: Feb 18, 2020
Just last week I was in the area of Tyndall Manitoba. I recalled years ago meeting up with Sue and her mother, in this area. And now Very sad to hear about Sue, I remember I had many great conversations with her. She took her work very seriously and did an outstanding job. Was well respected amongst the rank and file. I worked along side her in crime division in late 70's We will miss her. Condolences to her family. R.I.P Sue Wayne Hardy retired #704 - Posted by: Wayne Hardy (co-worked and friend) on: Jan 27, 2020
Sue was my very first female supervisor in the north end station and she was great. She treated myself and my partner George like gold, and we would have walked thru fire for her. She had a twisted sense of humour with us . I had no idea she had health issues. Im very sorry her family's loss . She really was a great person. - Posted by: Jeff Seaford (Co worker) on: Jan 27, 2020
Dear Colleen Ros and I just want to express our heartfelt sympathy to you, John and Christian for the loss of your sister. I will always remember how fondly you spoke of Susan and how proud you were of her. I know how close you were to her. It is very difficult coping at times like this and I just want you to know that we are thinking of you. Norman and a Ros Carter - Posted by: Norman Carter (Friend) on: Jan 25, 2020
I knew Sue through our work with the Winnipeg Police Service. Sue always had a smile on her face that would brighten everyone's day around her. She was always will to lend a helping hand to make someone's day a little better or just take the time to say hello. She was a kind and considerate lady and will be truly missed. I will be thinking of Sue in my prayers as well as her family who have lost this special person - Posted by: Rick Morin (Co-worker) on: Jan 25, 2020
I am so very sorry to hear the passing of Sue, my thoughts and prayers are with all of you, hugs. Char - Posted by: Charlene Laurie (Friend) on: Jan 25, 2020
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